Monday, February 8, 2016

How TRS captured Hyderabad (News Analysis)

How TRS captured Hyderabad (News Analysis) 

    Newspapers carry different stories on their front pages this morning. "Jaitley asks states to raise Infra outlay." headlines the Hindu. The paper adds that he wants them to hike public investments to spur the economy. Caste row stirs Irani into action"leads Hindustan Times. The paper writes that the HRD ministry is to discuss bias in central universities with 46 vice chancellors.

    Reporting on the International Fleet  Review the Pioneer quotes the President Pranab Mukherjee as saying "Participation shows loyalty to India." Writing on the Medical Council of India recommendation the Indian Express headlines, "Health Ministry clears common test for admission into medical Colleges." Adding that "the health ministry has prepared a draft cabinet note to be circulated among the ministries."

    Indian Express reports that the Congress asked the Election Commission to refer to the CBI the alleged financial deals in the  Antagarh bypolls in Chhattisgarh and asks Ajit Jogi to explain. The Times of India in a front page story writes that the "Metro travel from Gurgaon to Noida is to take up to 30 minutes less time by year-end. Interchange stations to go up from 9 to 27."  Commenting on the Ryan School death, the Hindu writes "Ryan boy's parents allege sexual assault." , "Father for CBI probe into sodomy, murder." writes the Pioneer.

    On the IPL auctions the Financial Express headlines "Pawan Negi star of IPL auction, Watson costliest." The paper adds that a total of 132 players were bought, Indian players were more sought after.  In a related story, Hindustan Times and The Asian Age on their front pages report of a factory worker's son Nathu Singh bagging the 3.2 crore rupees IPL purse." And finally, Hindustan Times reports that Nations producing less greenhouse gases are most vulnerable to climate change, University of Queensland has found. These are African and small island nations that are also the least developed.

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